Ohio’s GHOST Hello announce upcoming album

Ohio’s Ghost:Hello is an eccentric rock n roll trio with its own acute style that blends haunting synthesizers, blazing fuzz bass, and a “freight train on cocaine” percussion section.  The band is entering the studio to record a full-length debut album in March and has just released three pre-production demos here:

Ghost:Hello began as far back as 2014, but as drummer Joe Kidd was touring extensively in Europe with his band at the time, very little occurred for a handful of years. After he returned home to the States, conversation turned to getting back to work with bassist William Jennings on Ghost:Hello. 
The band took a new angle with the addition of Nina Rich and her synthesizers, samples, and theremin.  Loud, aggressive rock now took on new and sometimes ethereal forms. Immediately after the addition of Nina, the band began writing and entered the pre-production phase of their debut album (various early limited local physical releases notwithstanding, if any may still exist).

While live shows were common around the inception of the band, including a spattering of regional touring, 2019 will mark a whole new level of live performance for Ghost:Hello.  The band is eager to unleash their otherworldly opus unto a larger audience, both on album and stage.

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